• Native to the USA, boasts double bearing nature.
  • A vigorous grower with densely developed thorns.
  • Flowers profusely.
  • Bears light red, medium size ball-shaped fruits which are sweet and hard even in late autumn.
  • Almost not susceptible to dying out of pedicles, fruit rotting and raspberry bush dwarf virus (RBDV).
  • Its fruits ripen from August to September (and even to the first ground frost).
  • Thrives best in rich, damp and well permeable soil; prefers positions in full sun.